Williams couldn't put together another good performance and struggled against Michael Crabtree and the rest of the 49ers receivers. Too often he gave too much of a cushion and failed to make tackles when he got the chance.
Shields started the game with a bang, but looked mediocre throughout the rest of it. He wasn't able to consistent make plays and got beat on numerous occasions. He deserves a ton of credit for the quick start, but the rest just wasn't what the Packers needed.
Woodson's return was a huge boost for the Packers last week and made a difference. It may have helped against the 49ers, but it certainly didn't impact the outcome of this game. Woodson played well and made a couple plays, but he also missed a couple plays as well.
The rookie didn't see a ton of action and failed to have an impact on the game. He was a turnover machine in the regular season, but wasn't able to get one when the Packers needed it most.
Burnett struggled with the zone read, but did okay when coming up to tackle Frank Gore. He wasn't able to get home with any blitzes which allowed Kaepernick plenty of time to throw. He finished with only one pass defense and a few tackles.
Jennings had no impact on the game whatsoever. He has seen his number of snaps decreased over the last two weeks, but he was largely invisible when he was on the field.